Discussion in 'General Card Modeling' started by 72BMWR75/5, Nov 25, 2006.
So, how do you open php files?
If you ever need to know about an extension, try here...
There are 5 results for this extension with different programs to choose from for opening. Your results are below...
Thanks for the help.
Your quite welcome.
PHP is not a file extension. It is a programming language for server side scripting for dynamic web sites.
PHP language files are stored with a .php file extension.
I think what may have happened is that rather than clicking a link and the target php script serving out a file the original author tried to save the link. All he would get is a .php file. PHP files are usually just script so they can be opened with any text editor like Notepad. The caveat is that there are compiled flavours of PHP which are mostly binary.
Steffe, and Charlie, if you check the filext.com website, you will see that there are other programs which save files with the php extension
Separate names with a comma.